Monday 25 September 2017
Regional Championships - development at its best.
Not only does MSSA's Regional Championships allow the winner to earn a berth at MSSA's much coveted National Team Trials, but it also promotes development of a 'breeding-ground' for the games that fall under MSSA's custodianship.
Due to the fact that you do not need to be a Registered Player to play in a Regional Championship, players are offered the opportunity of experiencing official competition in their own 'home-town'. Through Regional championships, MSSA has been able to hold official championships in towns that have never before seen such type pf championship before.
Through such programme, MSSA has been able to extend its footprint and find new talent. The new talent has. in many cases, shaken the status quo, and promises fresh new competition and challenges in the coming year.
Game titles that are not played at Provincial and National Championships may also be played at such Regional Championships.
Thus growth and development starts at grass-root level and such Regional Championships allow MSSA the opportunity to truly see the support given to, and popularity of, game titles that may otherwise overlooked.
The Regional Championships thus allow MSSA to move forward and remain relevant among the gaming community, and keep it as SA's gaming leader.
Thus the inclusion of 'Injustice 2' in the schedule of the 2017 Polokwane Regional Championships (30 September 2017 and 1 October 2017) is part of this dynamic policy.
For more information about the 2017 Polokwane Regional Championships please go to: http://esportscommentator.blogspot.co.za/2017/09/the-polokwane-regional-championship-30.html